The new policy of change in the education system of the country has finally come to the fore. The new education policy has been approved by the Narendra Modi government at the center in the cabinet meeting on Wednesday. The Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved the new Education Policy (NEP), which has made several major changes from schooling to higher education. The Ministry of Human Resources and Development (MHRD) was renamed as Ministry of Education. This means that there will be only one regulatory body for the entire higher education sector so that clutter in the education sector can be eliminated.
Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said on Thursday that the new National Education Policy (NEP) recommends a "highly-regulated" and "poorly-funded" education model, while it is either confusing or silent on whether How to get the mentioned improvements.
The leader of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), referring to the policy as a "progressive document", said that it accepts the flaws of the existing education system but is not able to break free from the pressure of the old traditions.
Manish Sisodia also said that this policy talks about future needs but there is confusion about how to reach people. He said that the new education policy is 'highly regulated and pure funded'.
Sisodia said, "If universities are going to have general entrance examinations, then why do we need board exams?" What is the need for copying? A policy, which is to last for the next few decades, is completely silent on the game. Replacing the 10 + 2 structure of the school curriculum with the 5 + 3 + 3 + 4 + curriculum structure, respectively, aged 3-8, 8-11, 11-14 and 14-18. Implementing and implementing M.Phil programs. General criteria for private and public higher education institutions are among the other main features of the new policy.
Sisodia questioned about IIT
Education Minister of Delhi Government Manish Sisodia said that according to the policy, the maximum emphasis in higher education will be to make all the institutions multi-disciplinary. The policy is making a mistake here. Will IIT have an acting class, FTII will have engineering studies? What a vision it is! There is a need for a sector-specific university worldwide. Sisodia said that there is sports missing in the entire policy. It is beyond comprehension. Still time, Center fix it. He said that education policy is being prepared for the next 20-25 years. Do not make such a joke in this situation.